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Complex engineering

26 January 2016 By Olaf Storbeck

The German engineer raised its expected earnings per share for 2016 by 2.5 percent. Cost-cutting seems to be taking effect. But earnings per share, which hinge on many inputs, make for a slippery target, especially as Siemens is sticking to its former revenue and margin guidance. 

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